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  1. Initial Upper Palaeolithic humans in Europe had recent Neanderthal ancestry

    Hajdinjak, M., Mafessoni, F., Skov, L. et al. Initial Upper Palaeolithic humans in Europe had recent Neanderthal ancestry. Nature 592, 253–257 (2021).

    https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03335-3
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  2. Thread: E-m123*

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    Very plausible scenario.

    Very plausible scenario.
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    Sardinia, not Sicily. IT-CA stands for the...

    Sardinia, not Sicily. IT-CA stands for the province of Cagliari, Sardinia.

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y182141/





    It depends on which test it is. Ethnic estimates from commercial...
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    hello Sophax, welcome. North Africa has always...

    hello Sophax, welcome. North Africa has always had numerous contacts with Europe and the Levant, hard in my opinion to understand how E-V13 could have arrived in Algeria.
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    I'm not surprised that you disagree on this. ...

    I'm not surprised that you disagree on this. What you mention is not an accepted method by many scholars, there is an ongoing debate. It's more a common belief very spread in the forums, and that...
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    You find anything on Yfull. There is one...

    You find anything on Yfull.

    There is one missing from ancient samples that has not been released yet (I think from Moldova or surrounding area, but I don't remember, however that is earlier than...
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    There is only one thing that complicates the...

    There is only one thing that complicates the question of the origins of the Etruscans: the lack of knowledge of the many studies dedicated to the subject, especially those of archaeology.

    The...
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    Most probably true although I would avoid using...

    Most probably true although I would avoid using such peremptory tones. Now I don't know the prehistory of Sardinia in detail, but there may have been some old connection, although I don't think it...
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    It's clearly inaccurate, there is nothing that...

    It's clearly inaccurate, there is nothing that might suggest that Tuscans are so similar to Sardinians. Nothing in academic papers and nothing in private testing. Figure S4 part E is a graph, and if...
  10. http://www.regione.sicilia.it/beniculturali/dirben...

    http://www.regione.sicilia.it/beniculturali/dirbenicult/database/page_musei/pagina_musei.asp?ID=18&IdSito=16
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    Antonio Sciarretta is an amateur scholar who...

    Antonio Sciarretta is an amateur scholar who supports unreliable theories. To be precise he is an engineer and it would be better if he had chosen another hobby.


    Torzio, it would be time for you...
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    Poll: Vahaduo can also be used with datasheets of other...

    Vahaduo can also be used with datasheets of other calculators, have you tried to check if it affects all of them or only the G25?
  13. Figure 2. Mitochondrial phylogenetic trees from...

    Figure 2. Mitochondrial phylogenetic trees from Polizzello sequences. Phylogenetic trees of mitochondrial DNA variation in Polizzello samples were obtained by Haplogrep2 from consensus sequences...
  14. mtDNA from 30 Iron Age samples from Polizzello (Sicily, Italy), Sikania

    A study has been published recently that analyzed the mitochondrial DNA of 30 samples from an Iron Age archaeological site in Sicily associated with the Sicani people.


    New Insights Into...
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    Italians in general are well aware that the Roman...

    Italians in general are well aware that the Roman Empire was multi-ethnic and that there may have been some legacies from the imperial era in Italy. Of course, many Italians are also ignorant and...
  16. Sticky: The two individuals come from the necropolis of...

    The two individuals come from the necropolis of Olmo di Nogara (Verona) and archaeologically the necropolis is considered part of the Terramare culture, in their case of the branches of the Terramare...
  17. R1b has been in Europe for many thousands of...

    R1b has been in Europe for many thousands of years before Indo-European languages arrived.


    The Basque language is not considered Indo-European. Gianfranco Forni is just one of many amateur...
  18. Mammoth molars yield the oldest DNA ever sequenced

    Mammoth molars yield the oldest DNA ever sequenced


    Researchers sequenced DNA from two mammoths that lived more than 1 million years ago, including a steppe mammoth (illustrated here), the direct...
  19. As Jovialis explained, those are clusters, it has...

    As Jovialis explained, those are clusters, it has nothing to do with how one should be classified.
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    In the paper SZ19 comes out as having dna similar...

    In the paper SZ19 comes out as having dna similar to TSI sample because they used very few reference samples in the study, IBS covers more the southwestern Europe and TSI the southern-central and...
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    There were unlikely Central Italians in Hungary,...

    There were unlikely Central Italians in Hungary, Mytrueancestry's labels are invented and completely inaccurate. Any kind of similarity has likely nothing to do with Italians but with a genetic...
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    Nothing more, Torzio.

    Nothing more, Torzio.
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    Marino and Marina are common given names in Italy...

    Marino and Marina are common given names in Italy (same roots of the word "Mare").
  24. Yes, indeed. On the other hand some of the...

    Yes, indeed. On the other hand some of the Phoenicians (that would be more correct to call them in this case Punic) were actually assimilated Sardinian-Nuragics or Iberians.





    I haven't said...
  25. So we agree, we can't place total trust in...

    So we agree, we can't place total trust in geneticists. In some cases the errors they make (see Morocco_LN for the Sicilians) are easier to spot, other times they are harder to discover. We'll talk...
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